A long-term cease-fire in Libya is being discussed by the prime ministers of Britain and Italy.

Published On(2021-06-13 21:43:10)

LONDON, June 13, 2021 (LANA) - The British government spokesman announced that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi expressed their determination to support a ceasefire in Libya in order to achieve a democratic transition process.

A spokesman for 10 Downing Street (the residence of the British Prime Minister), said that (Mario Draghi and Boris Johnson in their meeting today on the sidelines of the G7 summit, they also discussed a number of common priority issues, including the importance of supporting a permanent ceasefire "in Libya". to provide the basis for a long-term, peaceful democratic transition).

The spokesman stated that (the Prime Minister is keen to work with Prime Minister Draghi during the G7 and G-20 this year), and he was quoted as saying: (Draghi will welcome him back to the United Kingdom for the International Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland, scheduled for the period from 1 to 12 of next November).